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Flies such as the common house fly are classified as filth flies because they breed in feces rotten food, manure, and garbage. The habits of filth flies favor the spread of bacteria and other disease-causing organisms as they leg eggs in Feces and the land on your food and food preparation surfaces. If you have a Fly infestation our Valley Cottage exterminator at Dependable Exterminating has the know how to rid your home of flies.
Flies, typically considered a nuisance, exist in all regions of the United States. There are more than 240,000 different species of flies in the world. Approximately one third of them, including mosquitoes and gnats, can be found in the United States. The most common flies are the Blow Fly, Fruit Fly, Drain Fly, Flesh Fly, House Fly, Cluster Fly, Horse Fly and the Crane Fly. See our Fly Chart on our Fly Pest Library Page.
Mosquitoes pose a greater threat to a Humans health than any other pest, along with causing that itchy red bump, a mosquito bite can spread diseases, including West Nile, Zika, chikungunya, encephalitis, dengue, yellow fever. If you have a Mosquito infestation we have the expertise, and the most effective Mosquito Control Treatment Options to eliminate Mosquitoes from your property.
Nearly everyone is affected by mosquitoes during the warmer months of the year. These pests swarm at outdoor events and breed prolifically in stagnant water--from bird baths to discarded tires--even puddles from the latest rainfall.
Rodents, like squirrels and rats, love to chew on electrical wires once in an attic, Squirrels can chew through just about anything that’s not made of metal. Squirrels are the main cause of Roof Damage. Squirrels also cause damage to lawns by digging holes to burry nuts in the turf.
A good squirrel control program in very important, once inside, a squirrel will begin to explore the space, leaving droppings and urine behind, eventually establishing a nest. That nest will then cause other squirrels to follow suit.